The Statue of Liberty is made of an iron frame with a sheet of pure copper hung over it. The torch flame is so bright because it is coated in gold leaf instead of copper. However, it wasn't always that wayâ€”the flame, too, was originally coated in copper.
The Statue of Liberty is 91.5 metres tall (including its base), and stands on an island in New York Harbour. The statue itself, without its pedestal, weighs almost
Built in France, the statue is made of hundreds of thin copper sheets assembled on a frame of steel. Ready to get up close and personal with Lady Liberty?
This is also told in the Funding section of the Statue of Liberty.. In parallel with the construction of the statue was built in the US stand, a gigantic. .. The spiral staircase, once arrived in the head of the statue, went on her way up the torch.
The Statue was named â€œLiberty Enlightening the Worldâ€ and was a joint effort. so Joseph Pulitzer opened up the editorial pages of his newspaper, "The World,"